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GlobalLogic names Ajit Mahale as VP-Engineering for Western India region

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Digital product services company, has announced the of as Vice President – Engineering, for the region. In this new role, he will drive profitable growth from strategy to execution and will oversee delivery, operations, and engineering.

“Overall, he will be responsible for the western markets – Nagpur, Pune, and Mumbai and will align to GlobalLogic's investments for growth, consistency, and efficiency and support the company's leadership,” the company said.

Ajit has over two decades of experience with global IT organizations where he has driven business transformation engagements encompassing consulting, development, delivery and operations.

“He has handled complex programs that have leveraged new product development, fintech platforms, data analytics, open banking & API integration. Ajit has been involved in critical business and technology transformations, and innovation programs through the adoption of new technology and product platforms, cloud migration, automation, machine learning (ML), agile adoption & DevOps implementation etc,” the company said in a statement.

Before joining GlobalLogic, Ajit was associated with Capgemini as the Chief Delivery Executive of their Banking & Capital Markets Business.

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